Updated November 26th.
It's that time again. That's right: queuing up outside an electronics store with post-Thanksgiving meat sweats in the hope of finding a bargain.
Well, while we can't help with the overeating thing, you don't to worry about poring through the Black Friday catalogs for the best home cinema deals 'cause we've done the hard work for you.
Here's the best deals in home entertainment -- Blu-ray players, games consoles, projectors and more -- from $50 and up.
Note that most of these prices, found on various sale leak websites (including BlackFriday.com) won't be live until the day after Thanksgiving.
Before Google's $35 Chromecast, the Roku LT was the original impossibly priced streamer that seemed too good to be true, offering up tons of streaming content in a tiny box for just $50. At $29.99, it's a steal, and you should be locked up. No, seriously. Call the constabulary.
For more information, read CNET's full review of the Roku LT.
Sure, with only 4GB of hard drive space, it's not exactly the best option for gamers, but at only $99 it's a great option for streaming media. The console is compatible with Xbox Slim hard drives which means you can upgrade the storage fairly easily.
If you're looking for big bang cinema or dirty rock'n'roll, then the Klipsch name is where you should be looking.
The Klipsch R-28F is an older model, but at 50 percent off, it looks like a good deal.
The Onkyo TX-NR636 is an excellent receiver, and one of the only 2014 models that can be upgraded to handle Dolby Atmos.
Via Best Buy
It's an end-of-line model, but a great learning remote and a good value at 60 bucks.
$59.99 at Best Buy
Cord-cutter much? This is the best price yet on one of our favorite antenna-only DVRs, priced hundreds less than TiVo.
New holiday deals seem to crop up every day, so we'll be updating this story right until Black Friday goes dark.
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